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The complexity of the changes taking place in the economy 66-0003 increased the importance for each 66-00 to use its resources as efficiently as possible, and this is especially true for human resources. Method Sample and Procedure The proposed model was tested using survey data made available by Great Place to Workw and collected from 6, employees of 37 Italian companies.

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The implications of alternative work prac- tices for the experience and outcomes of work, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 54, pp. Effects of Behavioural Integrity on HR Practices and Employee Outcomes Affective commitment was measured on a four-item scale corresponding to the following statements: One set of links exists between HR practices, both intended and experienced, and employee outcomes.

Enter the email address you signed up with and we’ll email lol a 66-003 link. Skip to main content. The results showed that all these items loaded on a single factor loadings ranging from. Although numerous studies have highlighted the increasing involvement of managers and supervisors in HR activities Hutchinson and Wood, ; Char- tered Institute of Personnel Development [CIPD],their role in eliciting positive attitudes from employees has largely been underestimated Boselie et al.

Harvard Business School Press. Nowadays, organizations are characterized by ambiguous stimuli that employees must interpret Morrison, Please see Erratum http: Specifically, for discrimination to be achieved, each correlation should be less than 1.

Therefore, even though it is widely acknowledged that justice and integrity are different constructs, it could be considered appropri- ate the adoption of the justice theory framework. To establish mediation, indirect effects and their significance were looked at, as estimated with the boot- strap method. HR practices were 660-03 to be an important tool for organizations as a means of promoting positive employee attitudes, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction, which represent key antecedents of organizational performance.


In fact, as argued by Wright and his colleaguesp. Laura Innocenti li, Alessandro M. Developing a New Relationship London: The relevance of focusing on intended HR practices comes from the acknowl- edgement of human 66-03 as sources of competitive advantage. This suggests a need to include contributions from the ethics and justice perspectives in the HRM modelling.

The analysis lloi reveals an intervening role for experienced HR practices, which mediate the joint impact of intended practices and behavioural integrity on the two employee outcomes. The structural estimates, summarized in Lii 2, showed that all three predictors affect experienced HR practices.

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They refer to how employees experience and then judge the HR practices that are applied to them, given the fact that what they perceive loj or may not differ from what the organization intended Purcell et al. Conver- sely, when they do not perceive this quality in their managers i. The data were gathered using two sources of information: Intended HR practices are those designed by senior management and the HR department to be applied to most or all employees.

The study also tests whether experienced HR practices mediate the relationship between intended HR practices and positive employee outcomes, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction.

6-003 the importance of analysing the mechanisms mediating the relation- ship between HR practices and employee outcomes has been clearly demon- strated, there is still much work to be undertaken in order to gain a better understanding of this relationship.

Clark eds Experiencing Human Resource Management, pp. Several links are hypothesized in the current model. Rhetoric and Realities London: To this end, a 5-point Likert scale was used to compute a global index measuring the richness of the HR system and its coverage within each organization. The choice to use an XIHRP as a summated scale to measure the latent construct of intended HR practices was based on past studies that have suggested this procedure as a way to obtain more parsimonious and precise estimates Singh and Rhoads, ; Bandalos, ; Steenkamp et al.

Each of these indicators was treated as a unique observed variable of the corresponding latent construct in the structural model. Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development. An important novelty of the study is that it explicitly distinguishes between intended and experienced HR practices in conducting the analysis.


They have been adopted in several studies and are considered fun- damental to both individuals and organizations Huselid, ; Brief, ; Guest, ; Appelbaum et al.

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The correlation between the two exogenous variables was marginal, and no path between these two variables was included in the model.

Future studies, applying the model to more hetero- geneous samples, could be carried out in order to confirm the current findings. Searching for the existence of a link between HR systems and better employee outcomes, researchers have begun to pay attention to intermediate factors that could provide support. These links have been the subject of extensive theorizing and research, particu- larly by HRM scholars Appelbaum et al.

The research on HRM has also been dominated by another debate, regarding the most appropriate stage on which to focus the analyses between intended and experienced HR practice. The aim of the article is to contribute to this stream of research by focusing on the relationship between HR practices and major employee outcomes.

First, addressing an issue that deserves great consideration, the study analysed the role of both intended and experienced HR practices in promoting employee positive outcomes towards the organization, such as affective commitment and job satisfaction.

Heeding this call, this analysis focused on the relationship between intended HR practices and experienced HR practices — the very first link in the HRM — performance causal model. HR practices and organisational effectiveness, in: To extend the analysis of employee attitudes further, this study also examined the mediating role of experienced HR practices, assuming ooi good perceptions of the HR practices implemented can lead to better attitudes towards the organization.

This claim views HR practices as basically harmful to employees by leading to an increase in workload and, gener- ally speaking, to 66-03 pressures on workers and higher supervision control Delbridge and Turnbull, ; Legge, ; Godard, ; Green,